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Hi so I found this bottle from 1858 John Walker bottle its obviously from the prohibition times its clear its very dirty however and the the labels are very wasted but u can still make out some letters it still has the top. Can anyone help me to find out the value of this bottle and its historical significance? Its 1 pint
Hi so I found this bottle from 1858 John Walker bottle its obviously from the prohibition times its clear its very dirty however and the the labels are very wasted but u can still make out some letters it still has the top. Can anyone help me to find out the value of this bottle and its historical significance?
I have a bottle of Johnny Walker Black Label whisky, that my father got as a retirement present from his boss at a hotel, over fifty years ago.The front label says Old Scotch Whisky, produce of Scotland. the gold label at the bottom, states it's nett is 1 Pint & 6 ounces. Would anyone be able to give me ANY idea what it may be worth??
I purchased a bar a few years ago and during the renovation my contractor found a bottle of Scotch hidden in one of the a walls. I have recently taken it out of a box that i had been storing it in to examine it. It seems that it is a pre prohibition bottle from 1932. A Johnnie Walker Swing. (John Walker & Sons Ltd.) It states federal law prohibits sale or use of this bottle molded into the glass just above the shoulders of the bottle. Does anyone know what the value is?
Gold and green are no longer produced by Johnny Walker. Also, black label is the most counterfeited spirit world wide.
I like gold label
JW red is a great everyday scotch - my favorite - One part JW, One part water, One part 7up, mmmmm
Every few months I go to the best liquor store I know to buy half a dozen bottles of Scotch I haven't had; both blends and single malts. I've been doing this for about 5 years. I haven't found anything I like more than Johnny Walker Black. And there are a lot of very good Scotches out there with little known names.
Black is good, great for your everyday go-to Scotch, but far from "The ultimate." Blue is far superior than Black, but also far more expensive. However if it doesn't break the bank, get a bottle of Blue for those special occasions. On those times, my drinking friend and I would comment on how smooth Blue is, "As if you were drinking water."
If you like your Scotch more smoky, than you'll like Double Black. You can taste that it's really their Black, only they'll aged it in charred barrels to bring more of a peaty smoke flavor. I like it. I quickly picked up a second barrel because I don't see widely available. I alternate between that and their Black. Some days, you want something a little more flavor and complexity.
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